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|Title:||Total Electron Content Measurements over Kurukshetra|
Lal, J. B.
|Abstract:||An analysis has been made of the result of total electron content of the ionosphere (I) derived from faraday rotation measurements of 40 MHz satellite (S-66) signals at Kurukshetra (lat.29.9ᵒ N, long. 76.8ᵒ E, dip 45.6ᵒ ) for the period June 1968-April 1969. Day-to-day variation, seasonal anomaly and semi-annual effect have been observed in the electron content at this station. During daytime I has always been found to increase towards the south and decrease towards the north of Kurukshetra but during night-time I has, at times, been found to increase towards' north of Kurukshetra, although no unusual magnetic activity has been reported on such occasions: This may be due to larger influx of ionization on such occasions from the upper atmosphere.|
|ISSN:||0975-105X (Online); 0367-8393 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJRSP Vol.01(4) [December 1972]|
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